JON ORTNER’S FACES IN THE PITS AT THE WORLD VET
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From those wonderful people who brought you the 2016 Dubya World Vet Championship. Kristin (left), Andie (center) and John Anderson (right) own Dubya USA. They are the sponsors of the World Vet and do a great job of making the weekend special for riders from 19 countries, 39 states and 2 territories—1212 entries for the the weekend.
Motocross is a family affair and injured racer Keith O’Neal brought his whole family out to watch grandpa Jim win both motos of the Over-70 class. The O’Neals are hardcore. This is Keith and daughter Jacqueline.
Glen Helen General Manager Lori Wilson gives a hug to former AMA National Pro Matty Dowell. Matty wanted to come out and watch his father Phil Dowell in the Over-50 Pro class, but Phil was injured and couldn’t ride.
Todd Gravitt’s daughters, Kennedy, Taylor and Kylie are experienced race fans. They go to the weekly REM races with dad and four-year-old Taylor has already had the training wheels taken off her CRF50.
On Lars Larsson’s big day, former business partner Birgitta Berlin came to Glen Helen to celebrate with him. What business were they partners in? Lars, Torsten Hallman and Birgitta founded Torsten Hallman Offroad Racing—which we know as THOR today.